Change in organizations is a non-negotiable reality. Innovation is ushering a wave of radical change that is often met with resistance from legacy leadership and mature organizations - even after admitting that they must either change or dissolve.
The brutal fact is that about 70% of all change initiatives fail. Change Management is a principle that employs the use of specific activities to successfully implement new initiatives. Planning and executing change requires basic steps in making change stick.
In this workshop you will learn:
- Overview of the Change Process
- A Change Leaders’ To Do List
- How to apply the Change Management template and create your own communication plan
- Stakeholder analysis techniques
- Proven approaches for change of any size
About the Facilitator:
Manager, Social Enterprise, Pillar Nonprofit Network.
Lore Wainwright brings over 25 years of experience from the telecommunications industry as a Change and Communications specialist, leading many national business initiatives. Most recently Lore led a significant internal communications campaign to promote employee engagement for Bell's Let's Talk mental health initiative. Passionate about getting involved, sharing her knowledge and making a difference in the lives of others, Lore is Program Manager of ONERUN, a third party charitable organization focusing on breast cancer patient care that has raised over $380,000 over a two year campaign. Over the past 4 years Lore has taken business practices and applied them to implement change, influence others and drive positive results within the nonprofit sector.
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